Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 05, 1913, Page 13, Image 13

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    THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913-
13
OREGON NATIONAL
GUARD CELEBRATES
Multnomah Members Solve
Practical Problems on
Clackamas Range.
3000 WATCH MANEUVERS
HiMe Fire and Roar of Artillery
Give Realistic Touch to Spectacu
lar Programme Held as Part
of July Fourth Picnic.
Three thousand people participated
yesterday in the annual Fourth of July
celebration of the Oregon National
Guard troops stationed in Multnomah
County.
The celebration was held at the state
rifle range, Clackamas station, and was
of a distinct military order, a feature
of the day being a field maneuver in
which all troops, including field artil
lery, participated.
Three special trains from Portland
carried the large throng to the rifle
range, where hostilities in the simu
lated battle opened shortly before noon.
The problem was one involving a spec
tacular frontal attack, the troops be
ing divided !n attacking and defensive
forces. Blank ammunition was used,
and the' volleys of rifle tire and roar
of artillery gave the engagement a
realistic touch.
Definite Problem Worked.
The engagement was in no way of
the old "sham battle" type, a definite
field problem being worked out under
modern tactics. Aside from affording
a stirring exhibition for the spectators
it afforded the Multnomah County cltl-en-soldiers
valuable battle practice.
The two opposing battalions of ' the
Third regiment were commanded by
Majors Bowman and Smith, with Cap
tain "Welch and Lieutenant Randall in
command of opposing field artillery,
and Captain Brown in command of the
Coast Artillery Corps troops.
Following a basket picnic In the
grove at the range a field and track
meet was held under the direction of
the Armory Amateur Athletic Associa
tion. The events and winners in this
programme were as follows:
Mounted section contest, Battery .A,
First Field Artillery, O. N. G. Won by
first section, time 35 seconds; second,
fourth section, in 37 seconds.
Military equipment race won by
Corporal Sawyer, Eighth Company, C.
A. C.
Wheelbarrow race Won by Company
F, Third Infantry.
Blank cartridge race won by tser-
geant Hansen, Company C, Third In
fantry. ,
Private Take Honors.
Litter bearers' race Won by Ser
geant Gallien, Ambulance Company.
Obstacle race Won by Private Kich-
ardson. of Company C, Third Infantry,
O. N. a.
100-yard dash Won by Private Clark,
Klghth Company, C. A. C. Time 10 4-5
seconds.
Leap frog race Won by two-man
team from Eighth Company, C. A. C.
Silver, cup- f or j. highest . number of
points won by any organization Won
by Company C, Third Infantry, with" 21
points: second place to Eighth Com
pany, C. A. C with 19 points.
The crack Coast Artillery Corps Band
played military and popular airs
through the day. Dancing in the Quar
termaster's depot at the range con
cluded the programme. Officials of the
day were:
Referee, Major Loran A. Bowman,
Third Infantry; judges. Captain Hiram
V. Welch, . Battery A, and Captain
George H. Schumacher, Third Infantry;
timekeepers. First Lieutenant Harry O,
Hulse, Third Infantry, and Second Lieu
tenant Eugene C. Ltbby, Third In
fantry. "$700" TURNS TO BRASS
Mount Tabor Carmen IMscover
"Find" Is Rose Festival Medals.
After reporting: the find of $700
Thursday night -and gloating over the
reward which they would probably get,
Conductor E. Clarke and Motorman P.
Sampson returned early yesterday
morning to where they had hidden the
"sum" at the end of the Mount Tabor
carline -and uncovered it, to find that
the supposed hoard was only brass
souvenirs of the Rose Festival.
The souvenirs were in a greasy bag
in a corner of the car and had the ap
pearance ' of $10 --jpoltWpieoes. They
were too excited over their supposed
treasure to look at it closely and
buried It at the end of the line for fear
of belne robbed.
When their night's work was done
they returned to the plare of hiding
and took the supposed gold out. They
tore the bag all to pieces in their
eagerness and found the supposed
. roam to be nothing but the piece
which were sold to boost the Rose
a estivai.
Many of their friends had heard of it
oetore tney had uncovered it the sec
ond time. They were figuring ,n the
line lime tney were going to have with
a portion or the sum, which they expect
ed as a Toward. Yesterday they were
back at work with less vim than on the
ia-st trip unursaay night.
AGITATORS ARE IGNORED
Industrial Workers Active In Oratory
and Collecting "Benefits."
In spite of the holiday, the tranir of
Industrial Worker agitators, who are
making- a defunct strike at the plant
of the Oregon Packing Company the
basis for their propaganda, remained
on the Job yesterday and filled the air
with oratory, principally In villif icatlon
of the constituted authorities and so
cieties. No overt acts were committed
which called for police interference.
The agitators are assiduous in taking
collections, which' are said to have
amounted to a considerable figure, os.
tensibly for "strike benefits."
The policy of Chief of Police Clark ij
to Ignore the affair as far as possible
on the ground that these agitator
thrive upon restriction and soon sub
side when ignored.
Montavilla to Build Clubhouse.
Montavilla Board of Trade appointed -
committee at the meeting Wednesda
night to look up a lot in that subui
that will be suitable for a clubhous
Representatives of the district east
the city limits at Montavilla appear i
and asked for aid in getting Bull Ri .1
water and electric lights. A committ
was appointed to take up the quest! n
of extending water mains into that d
rrtct. About 25 families are interest i,
tenmore houses are under constructi m
in the neighborhood.
To bake the paint on Its passenger cra
a railroad . in Pennsylvania has built
hu oven- in which they can be run.
i
HOTELS AM) SUMMER RESORTS.
&.HOTEL OREGON
' . A . :
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! 2 1
Portland's Newest and Most Magnificent Hostelry.
Opened March 4th. 1911.
Five hundred elegantly furnished rooms, nearly all
with private baths; 100 specially equipped sample-rooms
for the commercial trade. Located on Broadway right
in the heart of the city.
113
mm
mi
' "Stars a
?3J!? WRIGHT
ANNEX HOTEL
Washington Street. Corner 12th, PORTLAND, Or. Charles II. Rowley. Mgr.
Auto bus meets trains and boats. 150 rooms. Fireproof. Modern. Flrst
Class. Both Telephones. Room rate per day, with bah privilege, II, f 1.50.
2; with private bath, $1.50. $3. $2.50, $3.
SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK OR MONTH
Hotel Cornelius
THE HOUSE OF WELCOME,
PARK AND ALDER STS., PORTLAND, OR.
In the theater and shopping district, one block
from any carline; rates $1.00 per day and upj with
bath, $1.50 per day and up.
Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President. H. E. Fletcher, Manager
THE MULTNOMAH
Vacation Time Bay ocean
"The Playground of the Pacific" Northwest."
Reservations are now being accepted for season or week
end in .the hotel or tent city. Natural attractions in
pleasing diversity, excelling; any on the Pacific Coast.
Information, rates, reservations at the Portland office, 720 Corbett Bldg.
Both phones or S. P. R. R.' agents anywhere.
NEW SLATE PICKED
McBride for. Mayor, Preston
for Senate, Is Offer.
EX-GOVERNOR WANTS JOB
Two Seattle Aspirants to Honors in
Politics Claim Credit as "Pro
gressives" "Ideal' Opponent
to W. . Ii. Jones Found.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 4. (Special.)
Herd's a new slate, fresh from the
makers and wholly intact:
For Mayor Bx-Governor Henry Mc
Bride. For Senator Harold Preston.
Close friends of Governor McBride
know that he would have been a can
didate for Mayor in the Gill recall cam
paign if Gill had decided to drop out of
the fight, but he refused to be drawn
into any controversy.
It is stoutly -asserted that ex-Governor
McBride, who haa been regarded
most seriously as a probable Repub
lican candidate for United States Sen
ator next year, has recently intimated
V. i i i Mayoralty nomination were
t- . i , . him he would accept It. The
f . o i , i - or, however, has been pursu-i-
; t- 'en tenor of his ways as a
v.hr r a . ! si-'- manufacturer. He
( n vi" -.i Anne H. 1, and though
fort-.. j- .-uperior Co .irt Judge, no
'.j.tarer jTsriu'es law.
.he ilar.-'d Prestoi suggestion Is
T.n yr.ors ago, Preston was a
".':;(i, i.- f r .Senator and was beaten
' y t S 'i).it r Lu- 1 Ankeny. There
h rias ii.:fn a controversy over the
; st. of t'ie -lefeat of Preston. But
tor t. t .nt time was a pioneer in
sf ra:w progressive movement,
t ie crond of "progressiveness,"
i in..u imve a right to an exclusive
e a v 'TA'y. -
l i iiii.i vho figure on Preston as
i-i a: 'Ha! candidate want him de-
;-.; u Republican opponent to
,i: i V'iey Lt Jones. They argue
; at -' -would fit in as an ideal
. iMI - 'iti !rtte,. would . satisfy the
ri'i'. o . :-i lament in the party and
v rj.:' ucen his old support
:i ri -z .: r state.
.iliims Dies at Olympia. '
r- received in this city yes
i t- -death Thursday of Jack
ti'-I known in Portland.
; ; .d lived for more than 15
va
W . s
fir
": ' ams died - at Olympia,
mg a stroke of paralysis,
-- iijro. He was visiting the
-aoital in connection with
.. r,t of cranberry industry
., i marshes. . Formerly Mr.
' in the automobile -busi-
- Mty. The body was taken
rr.e in Bellingham, Wash.
!-.d by a widow and
I.J.M
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" TKORODOGICAI, fepORT.
July Maximum temper
ve?' "i'n'mum, 6o degrees.
A. M., 19.3 feet: change
.rj, 3 foot fall. Total rain
' M.). .01 inch; total
September 1, 1912, 38.63
rainfall since September 1.
, lei'tiency of rainfall since
. tucnes. lotal sun-
o minutes; possible sunshine,
Portlands Famous Hotel
Noted for the Excellence
ipf lis Guls'me. European plan
V
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
-DICKINSON HOTEL CO.
Wfeen In Seattle Stop at the Hotel Seattle.
PORTLAND'S
GRANDEST HOTEL
Absolutely Fireproof
100 rooms........ $1.80 per day
200 rooms (with bath)2.00 par day
100 rooms (with bath)2.S0 per day
Add $1-00 per day to above prices
when two occupy one room.
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
FOR PERMANENT GTJEST3
H. C. ROWERS, Manager.
GA1SER THIGFEN, Asst Mir.
The Shelburne
NORTH BKACH.
Modern improvements, beautiful
dining-room. Now one of the larg
est hotels on North Beach; with
large airy and sunny rooms. We
raise our own poultry. Reasonable
rates, and special rates by the week
for families. Make reservations by
mail or wire. Long distance phone
in hotel.
Bay tickets to Shelburne Station
Trains atop right at door.
Address .
8KAVIEW, WASH, T. J. HOARE,
PROP.
"Ho! for Cascadia
Best mountain resort on Coast: best
medicinal water, scenery, hunting and
fishing; nature's own conservatory of
health. Auto or stage from Lebanon or
t i v v. nsvine. ...
V. ..te or phone.
ti. M. GEISENDORFER,
. Cascadia. OrtKoi;
15 hours 8& minutes. Barometer (reduced to
vj at a f. m.. ao.li incnes.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
A moderate hlg-h-pressure field overlies
the Northwestern states and one of similar
cii.mciw overues tne southeastern and
Eastern states. Areas of low pressure are
. V'1" over Arizona, central Minnesota and
Al'berta. respectively. PreclnitjLtinn ha. . .
ourred in practically all ot the Northern
states from the Pacific Ocean nearly to the
Atlantic; also in the Southern states. Heavy
J8"8. have 'al'en In North Dakota, where
1.06 inches fell at Moorhead in the last 12
VT ' X-L incnes leu at w llUston. In
other nortioDa of the country th ralnf.n
wa" generally light. Thunder storms were
, 'm moorneaa, uuiutn. Bt. Paul.
Buffalo and Pittsburg. The weather is cool
er in Saahatchewan, North Dakota. North
ern Minnesota, Pennsylvania. Western New
,? .?nd Alabama. It la warmer In nearly
all other sections of the country.
The conditions are favorable for generally
fair weather Saturday in Western Oregon
and Southwestern Washington and for un
settled weather with showers In the re
maining portions of this district. Southeast
to aat winds will obtain. '
" THE WEATHER.
Wind
?! ? I
: ?
STATIONS
State of
Weather
Baker ........
Boise .........
Boston .......
Calgary
Chicago ..
Colfax
Denver
Des Moines . ,
Duluth
Galveston ....
Helena ......
Jacksonville .
Kansas City .,
Laurier
os Angeles ..
arshfield ...
Medford
New Orleans
New York ...
North Head .
North Yakima
Pendleton ...
Phoenix .....
Pocatello ....
Portland .....
Roseburg . . . .
Sacramento ..
St. Louis ....
St., Paul
Salt Lake
San Francisco
Spokane
Tacoma
72.0OI 4 SW-'Pt. cloudy
80;O.02) 4 8 Clear
92-0. 00112 SW ICIear
74 O.0S 12 NW'Pt. cloudy
94O.ooil0!sw Clear
74 0.0O . .-. . . Pt. cloudy
92i0.lK 8 SW Pt. cloudy
0.00. 8;S Clear
eSiO.2814 NE iCloudy
fB 0.01.02 S Clear
700.28(12.W Clear
92 T. I g.E tciear
e4O.0O'l2 SW iciear
70 0.16 18: W Rain
80,O.0Of 6 SW Ciear -70O.O0'
4;NW'pt. cloudy
S2O.0O' 6 NW Clear
92 0. 00f 6 SW Clear ?
84 O.O0 24 S Clear
62O.10!l2 SB' ICloudy
ClAflf.
78:0.00; 4;SW
Pt rlonrtv
ltll'iO.OOl 4;W
ICIear
74;-O.00f 4 SW hClear
Pt pifini.
.- 78 O.OOI 8 N
.1 92 0.00) 8 NW
Clear
iCl.f
lear
ICIear
Clear
74 0. 12 J2 NW
72 0.01 il2e3W
6SO. 18. 4SW
84! T. i2S 6'
S0:O.Ol'r 4;W
90 0.00-1' 4 S
82,0.00). .'r .
TO . T flAIC
Cloudy
Cloudy
Rain
Pt. cloudy
Clear
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Tatoosh Island -
Walla Walla
Washington
Wenatchet .
Winnipeg- ...
Yellowstone Park
4 2i6.02'l4 SW
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity Probably talr;
Tarlable winds.
Oregon Generally fair west, showers in
east portion; easterly winds.
Washington Showers exoept fair in
southwest portion; winds mostly southeast
erly. Idaho Showers.
THEODORE E. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster. -
PORTLAND
ACCORDION PLEATING.
K. Stephan, accordion, side pleating, buttons
covered. Roods sponged. 383 Alder. M. 0373.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
ana ore-teeting work. 188 Morrison St.
ATTORNEYS.
Sargent & Swope. 918 Cham, of Con. Ref
erences: Mercnants Aat i nana, Martman
& -Thompson. Bankers: Dorr E. Keasey Co.
BOAT BC1XDENG.
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair-
mg. jaarine ways, toot. Abernetny st.
CARPET WEAVING.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old
carpets, rag rugs, 153 union ave.
CELLt'LOlD BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
92 fth st. Phones Main 812 and A 1254.
CHIROPODISTS.
William. Estelle and Dewane Deveny. the
y flcientuic cniropoaists in tne cny.
Parlors," 802 Gerllnger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and -pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
ami, urrices. -' Flleaner bldg. Main 3473
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS.
DR. M'MAHON, 121 4th St.; 10.0OO equip
ment; one-fourth- usual charges for ex
pert adjustment and baths.
Dr. Lehman. 317 Abington bldg., has no 10.-
w equipment; i.u a week; expert worK.
COAL, AND WOOD.
EDLEFSEN FUEL CO.. East 303, C S303. for
siabwooa not watersoaked.
ALBINA FUEL CO., for Summer orders,
green alabwood.
COLLECTION AGENCY.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collection, no charge.
DANCING.
PROF. WAL. WILSON-S Dancing School
Summer dancing lessons, 25c; "waltz.'
two-step," etc. ; guarantee to teach any
body who walks how to dance; failure
impossible. 85 V, 5th t. Phone Main 7637.
HEATH'S Dancing School, 109 2d st., bet.
Wash, and Stark sts. ; lessons dally: waltz
and twostep guaranteed in four lessons;
olass Friday evening. 8 to IO at -109 2d.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING SCHOOL
VALENTINE'S system ladies' tailoring.
u.iu.,iiig iaugnL 10 a irrana ave.
'EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by apecialUt. Glasses fitted. Dr.
. . noocqo.j. 0 ueKum Diag., 3a-wash
ELECTRIC MOTORS.
WE buy. sell, rent and exchange new and
. ;V " " . repair work a spe-
clalty. W estern Electric Works. 213 6th.
MOTORS, generators, bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do-all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
Phofe Main'fo?-00- 31 NrUl-
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
BOTSFORD ADV. CO.. Board of Trade bids.
KAYE Adv. Co., Inc., Commonwealth bldg.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO.. Morrison & 2d.
R. M. WADE & CO.. 322-26 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITCETURAL WIRE AND IRON WKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
AUTO AND- BUGGY TOPS.
pUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d St.
AUTOMOBILES.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co., E. Mar. & 2d.
Howard Automobile Co., 14th and Davis.
N. W. AUTO CO.. 617 Wash. Reo. Hudson.
AUTO LAM PS AND RADIATOR
REPAIRING.
PORTLAND AUTO LAMP CO., BIO Alder st.
. AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES.
BALLOU A WRIGHT, 7th and Oak streets.
- BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park & Davis.
BAKER CONFECTIONERS' - SUPPLIES.
GRAY. M'LEAN & PERCY, 4th and Glisan.
BARBER SUPPLIES.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO.. 72 6th St.
Lewi.-Stenger Barber Supply Co.. 10th & Mor
grunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 48 Fifth st.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES ft SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT.. 7th and Oak streets.
POPS F. P. Keenau . Co.. 190 4th street.
. BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES,
DAYTON CYCLE CO.. 247 Ash street.
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES.
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co., 46 Fifth st.
BREAD BAKERY.
Royal Bakery & Conf., Inc., 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD, lath and Burnside.
CANDY MANUFACTURERS.
COFFMAN-S CANDY CO.. 43 Front street.
CEMENT. LLME AND PLASTER,
F. T. Crowe & Co.. 45 Fourth street.
COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSETT & DETERS, 1-11 N. Front st.
BOYn TEA CO.. 209 Salmon street.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
i i
Daily or SixBdsj. -
Per IIn,
One time 12c
Same ad two conecuii-o times S2c
feame ad tbree consecutive timet 80c
bame ad mix or iteven consecutive times. 6ttc
The above rat apply to advertiaeniems
under "New Today" and all otber ciaMitlca
Uou except the fullouinir:
.Situations Wanted. Male.
Situations Wanted, ITemale.
For Kent. Rooms, private Families.
Rooms and Boara. Private Families.
Housekeeping Rooms, private Families.
Rate ou the above classifications is 1
cents a line each Insertion.
When one advertisement Is not run In con
secutive Issues the one-time rate applies.
Six average words count as one line on
cash advertisements and no . ad counted for
less than two linen.
On "charged" advertisements charge will
be based on the number of lines appearing
in the paper, regardless of the number of
words in each line. Minimum charge, two
Lines.
The Oregonlan will accept classified ad
vertisementa over the telephone, providing
the advertiser Is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, hut
bill will " be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of the payment of telephone ad
vertisements. Situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not ba accepted
over the telephone. Orders tor one insor-
Making
Monday a Day
of Extra Interest
" Many merchants bend their
energies in the direction of
making Monday one of the busi-r
est days of the week, if not the
busiest.
Interest focuses on this day
And intensifies because of the
special importance and general,
character of the sales prepared
and advertised, either Saturday,
Sunday or Monday.
Monday . is one of the big
days of the week in the large
cities, and the examples set by
the metropolitan merchants
have . been generally followed
by the merchants in smaller
places.
Aiming to expand business
healthfully and briskly, it is
customary for the stores to
offer items of unusual interest
and prices that are attractive
Readers of THE OREGON
IAN who follow these Monday
sales announcements have
learned from pleasant experi
ence that it pays to read the
advertisements and attend the
sales promptly.
If you have not made it a
point of heeding the offerings
of merchants on Monday do so.
You will profit materiallj-.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ECRNITTRE HOSPITAL. Rl'BBEK STAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
BOWERS & PARSONS. 100 Front. M. 7443. PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
Furniture Hospital. Packing and shipping. 231 Wash, st. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
" . ,.OHV- " , THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
- HAT FACTOR a . 92 6th at. hones Main 812. A 1254.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY. 64-68 3d street. SEWING MACHINES.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned. ; :
Best $2 hat on earth for men. NEW. all makes, factory prices; second-
' hand, 12 up; machines rented and re
LANDSCAPE GARDENING. paired. Main 9431. 190 3d, near Yamhill.
BETTER landscape and general gardening. SHOWCASES. BANK A STORE F1XTURKS.
-SWISS FLORAL CO., - WESTERN FIX. & SHOWCASE CO.. 10th
fc.ast J20. C lol4. and Davis. Showcases to order and in stock.
PAtFI.?I?1,5J"L'?2cape garden Company. 513 THE LUTKE MFG. CO.. branch Grand Rap-
Rothchild bldg. Phone Marshall 23U8. lds showcase Co.. 6th and Hoyt. R. Lutke,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS. manager. ; .
J. A STROWBRIDGB LEATHER CO-EsT MtRjSLw'ln-dp,atthandntag
tabllehed 18uS. 189 Front St.- .
; ; STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
" ' - LAUNDRY. PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor. 15th
JAPANESE Eagle Laundry, cleaning and and Kearney sts., just completed new flre-
dyelng. East 3883. C 1794. 120 Russell St. proof warehouse for household effects, pi-
anos and automobiles; contains separate
LLP READING. fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
KING SCHOOL for the deaf and hard-of- Slor".? Sg.SnS? "fir'Sov-
hearing. 308 Central bldg. lnKi reauced freight rates on household
ururvrm kfrvice goods to and from East in through car J.
MESSENGER ICE. . Main 5640. All departments.
HfcSJTpino"eeIMMnCS3-AalSSd ' C- O. PICK Transfer Storage Co.. office.
lce- Maln A i15' and commodious 4-story brick warehouse.
MUSICAL. separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
Dt . ,T.T . JJ ...y, for valuables: N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.;
PIANO. STUDIO Modern methods. 469 14th. pianos and furniture moved and packed
Main S893. Arrangements for practice. for shipment, special rates made on goods
EMIL THEILHORN. violin teacher, pupil In our through cars to all domestic and
Sevlck. 325 Flledner old. A 4160. Mar. 1629. foreign ports. Main 596. A 298.
T. E. LAWSON. 422 H Morrison. Piano les- OREGON TRANSFER CO 474 Gllsan st .
sons during vacation. 50c. Main 6459. cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A
S ' : General transfer and forwarding agents.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICLANS. We own and operate two large class "A"
r , ,, . ; -.,. warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Dr. Grover specialist In paralysis nervous, insurance rates in the clty
chronic diseases. 703 Oregonlan bl. M. 8142. .
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.. general
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. transferring and storage safes, pianos and
Dr. R. B. Northrup. 415-1H-17 Dekum bldg. urn'tUr mOV.e,dtanvSClf 'imfd'Ke
Nervous and chronic diseases. Toam, and auto vans for long-distance
Phone, office M. 348; res. East or B 1028. moving. 87-89 Tront at. Main o47 or A 47.
PATENT ATTORNEYS. TYPEWRITERS.
Patent, procured by J. K. MoeJ wrir a$S8DgoodU..bA'eywr a'macne
WA 'fVe'e. ioTJ- otPaTrnad.0hg: ri,4ri,nU
R. C. WRIGHT. 22 year.' practice. U. S. THE J. K. GILL COMPANY,
and foreign patents. 600 -Dekum bldg. Third and Alder sts.
Both phones. Main SoOO, A 60f8.
PIPE
We are the exchange for the largest type-
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and writer concern on the Coast: investigate:
office near 24th and York Bts. Main 8489; all makes, all prices. The Typewriter
PORTABLE HOUSES. Exchange. 851 H '
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
PORTABLE HOUSES' rates. P. D. C; Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
You will b.Arprifhow cheap you TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
can buy a portable house tent. , RENT A REMINGTON.
We have one on display. S3 PER MONTH.
PORTLAND TENT A AWNING CO., REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
16 North Front St. gfl Broadway. Portland. Or.
Main 1550. A. 1150. WINDOW SCREENS.
NICKEL, gold and silver plating. Portland screen door, and windows made to order,
Pltg. & Mfg. Co. Main 943. A 5282. paTnt?d and hung, short notice: porch
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES. JblngoT'aUkfnd Junnysie
Built to order, any size, J7.60 up. P. C. lied shop. 1026 Hawthorne ave. Tabor 943.
Co., 64 Union ave. South. Phone East 843. After 6 P. M. phone Tabor 2V58.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DAIRY AND CREAMERY SUPPLIES.
Monroe & Crissel, 126 Front. M. 4540, R. 5429.
DRUGGISTS.
CLARKE-WOODWARD DRUG CO.. Alder
at West Parle
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
WESTERN Tool Die Works. 30 Pine st.
DRY GOODS.
F'LEieCHNER-MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash St.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
STTTBBS ELECTRICAL CO.. th and Pine sts
i1U, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY Sc. CO.. Inc.. 149 Front street.
FLOUR MILLS.
CROWN MILLS. Board of Trade bldg.
GRAIN MERCHANTS.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall
BALFOUR-GUTHRIE & CO., Board of Trade
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHSE. CO.. Br.Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO.. Board of Trade.
GROCERIES.
ALLEN & LEWIS (Est. 1S.-1), 48 N. Front.
WADHAMS & CO.. 69-75 4th St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 63-55 Front st.
HAY.
J. H. Klosterman & Co.. leading hay dealers.
HIDES. FURS, PELTS, WOOL, TALLOW.
THE H. F. NORTON CO.. 53-53 N. Front St.
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS., ial. Front at.
HOP MERCHANTS.
M'NEPP BROTHERS, 614 Worcester bldg.
IRON WORKS.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East od and Burnside sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
CASTINGS.
Complete Stock of
BEAMS. ANGLES,
CHANNELS,
PLATES.
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO.. 149 Sd.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHE BROS.. 304 I'ine St.
CHAS L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front. Leath
er of every description, taps, mfl. findings.
tion only will be accepted for "Furniture for
bale," Rusiness Opportunities,' "Koomlng
honse." and "Wanted to Rent.'
The Oreoni&n will not guarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility for errors occurring
In telephoned advertisements.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
more tban one til correct Insertion of any
advertisement ordered lor more than ons
time.
In "New Today" all advertisements are
charged by measure only. 14 lines to ths
Inch.
Remittances must accompany out-of-totro
orders.
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ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFICE
FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAY BE HAD BY PRESENTING
YOUR CHECKS AT THE OREGON I AN
OFFICE:
A 172 .1S1, 186, 202, 204.
B 119, 133. 145, 14S, 150. 151, 15T. 138, 139,
161. 163. 177. IBS. 19. 960.
C 171. J S3. 107, 200.
J 156. 162. 171. 181, 187. 189. 194.
E 119. 157, 171, 178, 201.
F 138. 145, 148, I, 16T, 176, 179, 1S1, 1S2.
199.
G 133, 149, 1S6, 174. 178, 179. 182, 184, 185,
194. 199.
H 102. 139. 143. 146, 164. 167, 167, 176,
172. 177.
J 166.- 17. 168. 176. 179. 185, 198.
K 171.. 1S3. 1SS. 190. 191.
1. 306. 137. -13fc, 149, 169. 17, 178, ISO,
186. 187. 188. 193.
M 148, 150, 170. 182, 184.
N IT, 104, 132, 140, ' 142. 1415, 153, 1ST,
..160. 164. 165. 169. 171. 194. 195.
O 162, 179, ISO, 193, 194.
P 167, 171, 176. 1S5,. 197, 198.
R 164. 166, 170, 174, 178, 182, 185.
8122, 138. 148. 139, 140. 102, 153, 169, 170,
111. 179.
T 122. 146, 147. 149. 154. 185, 158, 157, 160,
166. 167. 173. 198. v
V 117, 131. 149, 168. 175. 181. 183. 192.
W 53. 120, 151. 166, 170, 171, 17S, 1T4.
775, 1S2.
X 177. ISO. 181.
Y 155, 19. 182. 195.
AB 148, 151, 163,' 164, 165, 174, 178, 193,
194.
AC 138. 160, 171, 172, 180. 190.
AO 183. 190.
AK 138. 1ST. 174. 183, 197.
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A( 153.. 178. 179, 181, 196, 198.
AH 147, 150. 164. 167, 170. 171. 175. 177,
1S8. 195. 197.
AJ 148. 150, 164. 168, 109. 172, 182. 183,
ISO. 187.
AK 170, 176. 183.
AJL 136. 145. 146. 151. 158. 161. 167. 168.
169. 172, 173. 175. 177. 178, 179.
AM 1S4. 150. 152. 177. 180. 183. 184. 193.
AN 145, 158. 175. 181. 1S2, 193, 196.
AO 155. 168. 19. 172.
AP 87. 138, 162. 164. 174. 194.
AR 127. 133, 151. 180. 194. 198.
Ad 119. 136. 151. 152, 171. 172. 175. 176,
177. 196.
AT 14S. 152. 165. 166, 1S6. 187. 188. 181.
183, 195, 198.
If the above answers are not called for
within six days, same will he destroyed.
, MEETING NOTICES.
WASHINGTON LODGE XO. 46.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munlration Saturdav. Julv o. 12:30
.JV P. M.. East Sth and Burnside.
to conduct the funeral of our
late brother, E. F. Crosby. Fun
eral committee, please take notice. .A full
attendance desired. Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec.
OREGON LODGE NO. 101. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Saturday) evening; at
8 o'clock, Masonic Temple. Ex
amination T:3o o'clock. Work in
M. M. degrres at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited. By order W. M.
- A. J. HANDLAM. Secretary.
PORTLAND LODGE NO. 55, A. F. AND
A. M. Special communication this (Sat
urday) A. M-, 0:30 o'clock, for the purpose
of conducting the funeral services of the
late Bro. Bees Thomas for Temple Lodse
No. T. A. F. and A. M.. of Astoria. Or.
Members requested to attend. By order
W. M. C. M. ST E A DM AN,
Secretary.
LUBRICATING OILS.
Balfour. Guthrie & Co.. Board of Trade.
LOGGING MACHINERY.
F. B. MALLORY & CO., 2ol Pine st.
Loggers & Contractors' Mach. Co.. 71 5th st.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth st.
MILLINERY.
B. O. CASE & CO.. 6th and Oak.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sts.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER SIMINGTON. Calhoun Co.. 45 4th.
ORNAMKNTAF. IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Works, 2d & Columbia.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASMUSSEN & CO., Jobber., paints, oils,
glass. Mali and doors. Cor. 2d and Taylor,
W. p, FULLER CO., 12th and Davis.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 1S6 First St.
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES.
BASS-H U ETTER PAINT CO., 184-186 2d st.
PIPE. PIPE, ITrTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 64-S6 Front t.
M. BARDE & SONS, 240 Front St.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVER DING & FARRELL, 140 Front St.
POULTRY. EGGS, CALVES. HOGS.
HENRY EVERDING. 45-47 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE. -Portland
Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny st.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
SAWMILL MACHINERY.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE.
50 cheaper than elsewhere. 24 Union ave.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO., S Front St.
WALL PAPER.
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co., 172 1st St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d t.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wk!., 2d & Columbia,
MEETING NOTICES.
HAWTHORNE LODGE NO. Ill
A. f . AND A. M. Special com
munication Saturday morning at
9:30. o'clock. Masonla Temole. for
the purpose of conducting tbe
xunerai services or our nt hrnth.
er, Rees Thomas, of Temple Lodge, No. 7,
at Astoria, Or. Services at Crematorium.
visiting oretnren invited to attend.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary.
ILED.
HOBSOX In this citv. Jnlv 4 TrrT,o v.
Hobson. wife of Clvde S. Hohson. nf SKI
19th st. The remains are at the new par-
ui j. mt. rinmy & fton. Montgomery
- ana ocn sts. notice or luneral hereafter.
HAN'XENT July 3. Bt the residence, in
ients, uuy J. Hannont, aged 21 years, be
. loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Han
ncnt. Notice of funeral later.
GIBSON At his latn residence. 231 -Rrn.rt
way. July 4. John W. Oibson. nrei 5:
years. Remains are at Molman's funeral
parlors, announcement of funeral later.
ELLIOTT July 4. John W. Elliott, aered Kl
years. Remains at Dunning & McKntee's
parlors. Notice of funeral later.
' FUKEBAL NOTIfE.
CROSBY The funeral services of the late
Edward F. Brosby will be held at the
family residence 092 E. Eighth st. North,
featurday, July 5, at 1:30 P. M. Friends
invited. The services at the grave will
be In charge of Washington Lodge No.
46. A. F. and A. M. Remains at Lerch's
undertaking parlors.
THOMAS At the family residence ,795 Cor
oett at., July 2. Rees Thomas, aged 65
- years. Friends Invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at 10 A. M. today Sat
urday). July 6. Concluding services at the
: Portland Crematorium.
GCINES The funeral services of the late
George M. Gllnes will be held today Sat
urday. July B, at 2 o'clock P. M at the
new chapel of J. P. Finley & tion. Mont
gomery and Sth sts. Friends respectfully
Invited. Interment at Rose City Parte
Cemetery.
SCHNEIDER July 4. Chris Schneider aged
68 years. Funeral services will be held at
Dunning tc McEntee's chapel, Sunday, July
1 o'clock. Friends respectfully in
vited to attend. Interment Greenwood
Cemetery.
HANXEXT The funeral services of Guy F
Hannent will be held at the residence at
Lents, (iunday, July 6, at 1 o'clock. Friends
respectfully invited. Interment lit. Scott
Park Cemetery.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN, tho leading fu.
neral director, 220 Third street, corner Sal
mon. Laaly assistant. A 1611, Main 607.
J. P. KIN LEY it SOX.
fL NERAL SERVICE.
Lady Attendant.
Montgomery, at Fifth St.
F. 8. DUNNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 I'.nmt
Alder St. East 63, B 8525.
DUNNING M-ENTEE, funeral directors.
7th and I'loe. Jfbone Main 430. Lady h,
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
PORTLAND CREMATORIUM, 630 Glen
wood ave. j take bell wood car. Open to vis
itors dally from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
LEBCR. undertaker, cor. East Alder ana
BUtli. East a 1883. Lady attendant.
SKEVFES UNDERTAKING COMPANY id
and Clay. Main 4163. A gaai. Lady attendant.
A. R. ZELI.KR CO., East 1088, C 108
Lady Attendant. Night Service.
MEMORIALS Portland Marbie Works
t04 4th, oppoHlte City Hall. Main a361.
NEW TODAY.
ARTISTIC HOMES. COMPLETE PLANS 3.
A. H. KABJER. ARCHITECT.
860 A1NSW3RTH AVE. c 3T1.
AMUSEMENTS.
HEILIG
THEATER
11 tli and Morrison
This Afternoon 2:45 o'clock
Last Time 8:30 o'clock..
LYMAN H. HOWE
TRAVEL FESTIVAL MOTION PICTURES
Tonight 50r. 35c. 25c.
Today. Adults 25o, Children 13c.
BAKER
THE ATE R
Main X. A 5360
Geo. I biktr.Mff.
Last two times, today 2:15, tonight 8:S0
Farewell week of eeasjn. The Baker. Players
In the famous larce.
'THE GIRL IN THE TAXI"
First time In stock. A scream from start to
finish. Evenings 2'c, 35i 50c. Mat. Sat. 25c.
UATIXtlE DAII-X.
lain . A It? 0w
MISS IRENE FRAXKIIV
Theodore Bendix and Symphony Playera
nai Davis, Inez Macauley i to.
Fred Watson and Krna Santos
Mclntyre and Harty
Monui and Wiser
Carson lirotbers
cents
PORTER J. WHITE & CO.
in "Scandal."
EMMA FRANCIS
And Her Whirlwind Arab.
4 Other Headline Acts 4
COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Broadway and Aldrr Streets
WEKK .TTNjr 29 Alisky'fc Hawaiian Sere
nade. Belle Oliver, Florenz Trio. Coolant
and Cox. tScott Sidney fc Co., Zafredo. Van
taesvope. Matinee daily, lac. . Popular
pric. Boxes and f irtt row bnlcouy re-;
served. Box office open from 10 A. M. lor
10 P. M. phones A 'Zj6t Main Curtain
2:30, ?:15 and 9:10.
The American Comic Opera Company - ivlll ' i
present "THE JOLLY ROBBER." Tuesday
night. Athletic Content. Friday nisbt. Chorus
Girls' Contest. Prices Nights, 13c . 26c.
Matineet, an v seat, 15c.
TODAY
LAST CHANCE
To See That Wonderful Picture y
' . r In Three Reels,
The Tiger Lily
AT" THE ' - ;
Globe Theater
Eleventh and Wejihinjcton.
10 ALL SEATS.
COLUMBIA THEATER
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Open 3.1 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Programme: "A . Gamble With Death"
fBlograph Drama); "The Story of the Bell" .
(Edison Drama); "All on Account "of the;
Portrait" .Edison Comedy); Educational
Film; Mrs. Brush, soprano; orchestra.
Coming July tt. "Shenandoah," great wir
drama.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS. , -
The Oaks
' OX SU.DAV
ALICE GREGG
win ride In
AUTO IN
AIR
4 V. M. '
BAND AND VAUDEVILLE
Cars at First and Alder..
Launches Morrison Bridge.
. RECREATION PARK. .
Cor. Vanghn and TmntT-l onrtk Sts.
SACRAMENTO
vs.
PORTLAND
JULY 1, S. 3, 4, 5 AND 8.
Games BeKIn Weekdays at SilS P, M.
Sundays 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers .,
Wednesday. -
jL!"- Matinee Sra: ;
BASEBALL
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE NO. 820 UNION AVENUE COIU
NEB MAHKKI STREET. . . . -
Phone East 14Z8. B 2616. . ..
Horse ambulance tor sick or dlsablefj
animals at a moment's notice. ' Prloa
reasonable. Keport all cases of cruelly ..t.'
to this office. Osen day and nlgbt- .
NEW TODAY.
Clackamas Street Bargains'
Price $1250 Each
We have fotlr lots on this stree.t for
the above price. Can arrange 'easy
terms. Mall & Von Borstel
104 Serosd St Lumber .Exchange Bldsj. . v
What Will You
GIVE FOR SIX LOTS AND A HOUSE f
Sixtieth and Kast Ash opposite big
school and good place tor store.' Casft
only. . , . ....- '..'.
nw.VKR. 310 ( hsmber of Commeree.
FOR RENT
elegant 50x100 store, including - flva'
floors and basement, long lease, low.:
rent; near Fifth -and Washington'
streets. See us at once. Suitable f o-r r
Hejht manufacturinsr, wholesale or re--tail
store.
J75 Pine Street, Corner Fourth St..
Edward E. Goudey
Lrtris Balldlnr. --
MORTGAGE LOANS i
t per eDt on beat business p roper Ua pi'
cent ud T per ctnt on otbr clo-ia bou
CITY- & FARM LOANS
$1(100 and up at lowest rates -
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1410, Marshall 92.
CEMETERY EEAUTIFUL
MOlIJiT SCOTT PARK.
Portland's Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Large. Permanent. Modern. Both phones
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Auy Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CfiONAN .
002 Spaldlns-Hldit. I'ortlandi Or."